Nashville Songwriters Association International

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The Nashville Songwriters Association International is a 501(c) not-for-profit trade organization that works to help songwriters in three ways: through legislative advocacy, through education and advice about the actual craft of songwriting, and through teaching about the music industry, and how to best position a song for success within it. They own the Bluebird Cafe.

The association was founded in the 1970s, with former singer-songwriter Lorene Mann as a co-founder.[1]

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